Morris Day & The Time And Bruno Mars Honor Prince At 2017 GRAMMYs

blame it on JES7 February 12, 2017

Earlier this morning, Warner Bros, who were responsible for distributing 21 of Prince’s albums, uploaded most of his discography on most major streaming platforms, both to applause and criticism, understandably.

The esteemed legend, who would have turned 59 this June, will forever live on his deep bag of hits, leaving behind a legacy like no other.

To celebrate Prince’s life, career and countless hits, Morris Day and The Time hit the stage at this year’s GRAMMYs for an incredible tribute performance, playing a medley of past hits.

And if that wasn’t enough, Bruno Mars showed up to perform “Let’s Go Crazy.”